identify public folders replication

Posted on 2012-08-21
Last Modified: 2012-11-28
Dear Team,

We are doing the public folders replication between the exchange 2010 servers.

in one of my server it holds 10000 folders and another exchange server shows 9560 Folders. I want to identify the balaced 40 public folders and need to replicate it.

Kinldy advice how to acheive this task. do we have any command to identify the public folders which is not replicated?

Question by:sekar_raj32
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    Expert Comment

    by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
    Possibly could be System folder .... what command did you run ?

    - Rancy
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    Author Comment

    I ran the below commands and exported in excel. and verified the couts

    Get-publicfolderstatistics -server Mb1 | Export-csv c:\pf1

    Get-publicfolderstatistics -server Mb2 | Export-csv c:\pf2
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    Accepted Solution

    Try using the compare-object command in powershell with the UNC paths of the public folders:

    Compare-Object (gci \\publicfolderUNC\folder -recurse) (gci \\publicfolder2\folder -recurse)

    See if that helps you figure out which ones are missing.


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